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, super storm sandy made landfall in my part of the united states. its impact up and down the east coast were devastating and heartbreaking. new york, new jersey, parts of new england were hit particularly hard. in delaware, we did not experience the level of devastation that was inflicted on our neighbors to the north and to the east, but our state did receive significant damage. in total, there were over 200 detectives attributed to superstorm sandy. today we remem remember the lives lost and those forever impacted by this storm. as i travel through delaware during and after the storm i saw some of the massive impacts of that storm firsthand. but i saw something else as well. i saw people from all walks of life pulling together, helping one another and taking care of their neighbors. the impacts of that superstorm are still fresh in my mind today as we continue to rebuild. in delaware, new jersey, in new york, and other places up the east coast. but not only are the impacts of the superstorm still fresh in my mind, something else is as well and that is this: the extraordinary efforts o
sandy pounded the northeast, it is open to visitors. >> while some visits will remain closed, visitors can see the great haul, the first place immigrants saw arriving in the u.s. >> for more, let's go to john, who is on ellis island this morning. ellis island suffered terrible damage during sandy. how much of the facility will be open today for visitors? >> well, stephanie, good morning. it's a 27.5-acre site here. just to give you an indication of where we are actually sited, so you know, we're in the northern end of new york harbor. we'll get jimmy, our cameraman to pan over the financial district in manhattan. this site is most famous today for the american immigration museum, and tourists who do come here today for the first time in a year will see the famous halls and they'll see the big great hall where as tom was saying just now, immigrants got their first glance at the united states, and that famous staircase where immigrants were vetted by the doctors as they went up the staircase. the doctors was looking at them to see if they had diseased. many of them, 2% of the people who
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again see visitors again. ellis island was closed for almost a year because of super storm sandy. more than 1 million photographs remain in storage while buildings are being fixed and upgraded. >> super storm sandy does not play favorites destroying everything from new york city to small towns on the coast. after it was all said and done sandy left 24 states impacted and counties and 8 states in puerto rico were disaster areas. craig has more. >> good morning to you. the waterfront along long island was about 6 and a half billion in damage. we are here in long beach where there's a $44 million project that struck up and down the east coast. will it was new york and emergency emergency that took the brunt of it. >> a major hit beach homes to the powerful storm surge. >> the house was still standing. >> beach lots found empty and crossroads as they look for the share of hard to come by federal relief. so far it received 300,000 dollars. >> please places are gone and they are not coming back. there's so much history these were indian reservations. there's a lot here we need to preserve fo
's continued effort to recover and rebuild from the devastation of superstorm sandy, which struck my are state a year ago today. working together, new jerseyans have made incredible progress in coming back from what the storm delivered, but our work continues. for those who have suffered so much loss, a year seems like an eternity. they must know that until all of the damage done by the tomorrow is undone, and until all the work needed to prk our state and its people, their property -- and their property from future storms like this is completed, we will not rest. so as i prepare to make the transition back to private life, i do so with a deep sen sense of grass tiewd to all move to made my service in the senate possible. this has been for me a remarkable five months. i know that i will in theees ahead look back on this time with gratitude and appreciation for the privilege of having served the people of new jersey in the senate of the united states of america. thank you, mr. president. i yield back. the presiding officer: the senator from delaware. mr. carper: while, the senator is still on t
of super storm sandy, surprise, the mainstream media uses it as a chance to bring up global warming, we have report in the 10:00 hour. and this, the l.a. times will not publish letters to editor from climate change skeptics and they say the people are wrong. the u.k. bracing for the biggest storm in years, cancel canceled, outages and they're blaming global warming and they are. if you're in the market, you're making money, record territory for the dow maybe and certainly for the s&p 500 when we open up for business today. and then this, three men fishing for marlin. they hook a fish and it jumps into the boat threatening to impale the men and the one jumps off the boat to avoid the flaying marlin. it's a close call. when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity
superstorm sandy. the day we rescued riley was a truly amazing day. he was a matted mess in a small cage. so that was our first task, was getting him to wellness. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. from contractors and doctors to dog sitters and landscapers, you can find it all on angie's list. we found riley at the shelter, and found everything he needed at angie's list. join today at angieslist.com medicare open enrollment. of year again. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. buit never hurts to see if u can find bettoverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care la open enrollment ends december 7th. so now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare >>> it's been a full year since the devastating weather event dubbed superstorm sandy crashed into the northeast damaging and destroying not only property but lives. senior correspondent rick leventhal shows us how hard the jersey shore was hit. >> not sure if you can see the water rushing dow
year ago, superstorm sandy ravaged the east coast t was one of the worst natural disasters in united states history. today still many homeowners are struggling to rebuild but in one jersey shore community one unlikely trio is making a big difference. rick leventhal is live in union beach, new jersey live with that. rick? >> reporter: good morning, jenna. sandy destroyed a bar that stood here on the bay for a decade. it was devastating for the owner, gigi oar. she found strength to unlikely pair, a rabbi and pastor who walked into her new temporary bar down the road. she owns off the bay, a bar in union, beach, new jersey. >> jacobob is off the bay because it is in the bay. >> reporter: superstorm sandy destroyed her waterfront restaurant. she can't afford to rebuild because her $1.2 million insurance policy from lloyds of london offered just 9 grand. >> you know, things happen for a reason, and i've said repeatedly maybe this was god hitting reset button. >> reporter: gigi opened a temporary spot, using doors from smashed homes as tables and walls. the bar became a command center for
and the recovery and progress made since super storm sandy. >>> and bringing terrorist to justice on benghazi. we'll talk on a law makers looking for that exact answer, next. >> every time i see this on tv, i see bloody finger prints crawling down the wall and i keep asking everybody. do they belong to my son? and no one has told me anything. [ indistinct conversations ] [ male announcer ] when you wear dentures you may not know it, but your mouth is under attack. food particles infiltrate and bacteria proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. we still run into problems. that's why liberty mutual insurance offers accident forgiveness if you qualify, and new car replacement, standard with our auto policies. so call liberty mutual at... today. and if you switch, you could save up to $423. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >> police are arresting a man that went on a killing spreechlt in the town of terrel, texas five are dead. and th
a sophisticated assault from the get-go. bill: also, it has been almost a-year since superstorm sandy slammed the northeast. the recovery efforts one year later, how is it going? a iconic american landmark reopening for the first time since that storm. the day we rescued riley, was a truly amazing day. without angie's list, i don't know if we could have found all the services we needed for our riley. for over 18 years we've helped people take care of the things that matter most. join today at angieslist.com if you have business idea, we have a personalized legal solution that's right for you. with easy step-by-step guidance, we're here to help you turn your dream into a reality. start your business today with legalzoom. martha: hard to believe, nearly one year ago, that superstorm sandy rocked the northeast, affected millions of americans as it barreled onshore. today, so many people along the coast are still recovering. they're working to rebuild their homes and their communities, but while some progress has been made there's still a lot, a lot, trust me, that needs to be done. watch this. >
doubtlessly housing market and these numbers that came out this morning. dagen: super storm sandy, it was one year ago today that it hit. there are still so many people trying to rebuild, still hurting from that devastating storm. dagen: twitter, is twitter a buy when it goes public? cheryl and dennis will have the next hour on "markets now." we have more in just a moment. [ male announcer ] need help keeping your digestive balance in sync? try align. it's the number one ge recommended probiotic that helps maintain digestive balance. ♪ stay in the groove with align. >> i am lori rothman with your fox business brief. federal reserve says production in september up from the august increase of four temps. the largest gain since february. meanwhile, ansi networks acquiring shallow media over a billion dollars. amc shows including "breaking bad," "the walking dead." global executives expect more deals ahead. the latest survey found 35% say they're likely to pursue acquisitions compared to 25% last year. 65% of execs expect the global economy to improve next year up from just 25% a year ago. that
being made in new york one year after sandy, right? >> it would be the first state to do this. you have heard of these big vats and vessels full of oil in the gulf region that america's strategic petroleum reserve. this would be the first state, new york, having a gasoline reserve on long island, about a $10 million pilot program to make sure what happened last year doesn't happen again. four days after sandy as you well know, poppy, 60% to 65% of the gas stations were not working. they were either not working because they didn't have generators that could pump the gas or they literally did not have the gas. there's already been one pilot program to make sure you're getting generators to some of these smaller gas stations. this is the next step to make sure there are supplies available. andrew cuomo wants to do this, $10 million on the front end. no state has done something like this before, but when you think about new york and where it's situated and how this happened a year ago in recent memory, a stronger storm or a storm of a different path could do the same thing all over again, t
and all along the east coast from super storm sandy. >> [ music ] ♪ >> couple days ago residents carried candles on the jersey shore as survivors of super storm sandy remember all that was lost last year. it doesn't take storms as strong as sandy to endanger maryland's coastline. wjz's first warning weather team revealed some parts of the state will be under water within a few decades. tim williams shows us why the shoreline is vulnerable. >> maryland's fragile coastline is vanishing. each wave, high tide carries more land back into the water. >> there's fewer and fewer days that we have much of a beach at all. >> place the blame on climate change. wjz's first warning weather finds it's ripple effects causing the sea level to rise in maryland, more than 3.5 feet by the end of this century. >> what's interesting about maryland is that sea level rise is occurring three times faster than that of other locations. >> denise is watching her property at the tip of miller's island disappearing. hurricane isabel broke apart her bulk head. >> there is the type of erosion we would get. it's
of this is way out of line. bill: superstorm sandy, it has been one year as of today. we go back to the scenes of so much heart break and devastation to see how those communities are now. >> sandy triggered a massive fire in the queens neighborhood of new york, also known as breezy point. at least 50 houses have burned to the ground. look at these images. [ male announcer ] there will be more powerful storms. that's why there's new duracell quantum. only duracell quantum has a hi-density core. and that means more fuel, more power, more performance than the next leading brand. new duracell quantu trusted everywhere. bill: okay. fox news alert now. where the head of that agency said to be responsible for that obamacare rollout set to take the hot seat this morning, rather on capitol hill. you hear the word cms a lot today. that acronym stands for centers for medicare & medicaid services. the chief of that department, marilyn tavenner, will testify under oath, that is her on the screen. c-ms got plenty of blame a week ago when the contractors who put together the failed website testified. this is
year anniversary of hurricane sandy. they lit candles and sang songs in union beach, new jersey. remembering when sandy crashed ashore last year. the region wasn't prepared for a storm of that magnitude. sandy was blamed for more than 180 deaths in the u- s.including 68 in new york and 71 in new jersey. the storm caused an estimated 65-billion-dollars in damages. coastal residents in the northeast are marking a somber milestone. the one year anniversary of hurricane sandy. >>james:many state courts have failed to report the mentally ill to state justice officials, undermining efforts to take guns away from potentially dangerous owners. the audit found that many courts were not aware of the reporting requirements. the courts collectively failed to report at least 2,300 mental health determinations over a three-year period. other courts reported only some of the required information. some took up to seven days to report. auditors say state law should be changed to require reporting within 24 hours. and the state could gain tens of millions of dollars annually in federal reimbursem
. >>> one year ago today, superstorm sandy hit the east coast and killed 147 people. it also caused an estimated $50 billion in damage. with more than half a million homes destroyed, many family are still to this day struggling to recover from the damage. yesterday the government did announce it is going to provide a second round of financial relief for sandy victims. >>> it is 6:05. time for another your money segment. >> headline time. let's toss it to jessica doyle in the newsroom. good morning, jess. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. good morning to everybody at home. this is a story a lot of people on wall street are talking about. apple's latest financial update. there really was a mixed bag of news. on the upside, sales and profits beat estimates. on the down side shares fell as the company reported a 9% drop in its profit margin. looking ahead apple's c.e.o. tim cook expects the redesigned ipads will help deliver a, quote, ipad christmas. and he says it still expects to release products in new categories just in time for the holidays. >>> did you buy a car this month
. >> thank you. >>> one year after superstorm sandy. many maryland communities are trying to rebuild. here is mike schuh. >> good morning. don and every one. superstorm sandy continues to affect people on the east coast. maryland received $73 million from the feds another $19 million is on its way. this is the brunt here. and new jersey and new york hardest hit, some celebrated the passing of a year with a bond fire. more rebuilding has to be done. and overwhelming local governments cannot keep up with the inspection and permitting. don back to you. >> thank you. >>> coming up next -- the busiest place in your house is the one you want to be the cleanest. but using bleach leaves some stains behind. as this dye reveals. lysol toilet bowl cleaner does more. it removes the tough stains that bleach doesn't and it also disinfects. that's healthing. >>> good morning, gayle, good morning, charlie, good morning, everyone. it is 8:00 a.m. welcome back to "cbs this morning." under the new health care law, millions of americans will pay more for insurance. jill schl
sandy pummeled the u.s. devastating parts of new york and new jersey. sandy sending floodwaters into jersey shore and long island. new york city nearly 14-foot warm surge swamping the subway system and knocking out power. sandy is blamed for 181 deaths and $65 billion in property damage. and that's tonight's speed read. >>> it was rough on capitol hill today. republicans on the house ways and means committee grilling medicare chief marilyn tavenor. she heads the agency overseeing healthcare.gov and apoll devised for its botched rollout. >> i want to apologize to you that the web site has not worked as well as it should. >> no one in the entire obama administration has asked you not to release those numbers? >> we have made a group -- we made the decision that we were not releasing the numbers until mid november. >> so you have no idea what knows numbers are at this point? >> i told you we will release the numbers in mid november. we will not have those numbers available until mid november. we will have knows numbers available mid november. >> you made some determinations to dela
by sandy last year, we're talking about now two years in a row. >> i know. but it won't be canceled in new england, but a lot of places in the midwest have canceled. >> they can always reschedule. >> friday night not bad. >>> man loses his will finger during a crime, but cops got the finger print and the perp. plus another major publications refuses to print the name of washington's football team. the controversy is heating up. that story next. the secret is out. hydration is in. [ female announcer ] only aveeno daily moisturizing lotion has an active naturals oat formula that creates a moisture reserve so skin can replenish itself. aveeno® naturally beautiful results. >>> now to other stories making news this morning. 29-year-old was arrested in glendale because of a severed finger left at the scene of an attempted theft of copper wire. police retrieved the finger as evidence and a print led officers to the suspect. >>> and the "san francisco chronicle" will no longer use the term redskins when referring to the nfl team. >>> there was no decision after the nfl's meeting with a representa
who had insurance wouldn't have to lose their hurricane sandy and they coulto -- keep their insurance,d they will lose their policies because of the affordable care act, right >> yes, i think that it was an over simplified. they will not lose their insurance, so clearly, we -- if this was the case where this was a little off the mark, but i certainly hope that they will fix that rapidly. >> in some ways, isn't perception as port as the actual fact of how this is operating? if americans lose confidence in the program, doesn't that threaten the success of it in the future? >> it certainly does. there's no question about that. that's why i said it's important for them to get the program fixed and up and running as quickly as possible. because the longer there are problems, those people will become confused or discouraged or disinterested. so clearly, per investigations play an important role. and we need to fet them going in the right way. >> there has been a drip, drip, drip, almost like the nsa and the spying scandal as well that seems to hinder the administration from moving forward o
is spending today visiting communities impacted by superstorm sandy. today marks one year after that tragic storm. there is still a long way to go for many people hit by sandy. in seaside heights, that's right. on the jersey shore, millions of reported to rebuild only to have a massive fire destroy part of the boardwalk that was ravaged by sandy. and really a one-two punch for them. but they are jersey strong. and the rebuilding is under way. >> reporter: when superstorm sandy slammed ashore one year ago swallowing this board waum, it took this hot dog shop with it. >> it was devastation. >> but he re-opened this summer, unwilling to give up. how was the summer for business? >> it was slow. it was a year of survival. >> reporter: then in a one-two punch, his new restaurant was wiped out in a september fire that demolished 60 businesses. >> it was probably the biggest feeling of helplessness i've ever had in my life. >> reporter: you named one superstorm? >> that's the only type i ever want to see again. >> reporter: this man is building back the pier. >> what we accomplished in several mont
the superstorm sandy that hit one year ago tomorrow devastating the coastlines of new york and new jersey. today's reopening is sign of progress as the area still struggles to rebuild. rick leventhal joins us live from ellis island with this part of the story. rick, people probably didn't realize how much damage was done >> reporter: right, jenna. sandy buried all of he will is island underwater and all the mechanicals were in the basement so all the mechanicals got crashed -- trashed. that included the entire electrical system for this historic island, heating and air-conditioning, water and sewage lines an telephone lines were damaged. the ferry house was destroyed and some of the exhibits. most of the one million valuable historical items and documents and photos did survive the storm. >> fortunately the floodwaterrers did not get on to the first, second, or third floors. the artifacts and our exhibits remained intact. however because we had no heat, no air-conditioning, because we had no climate control, we had to move the artifacts they're still down in maryland. >> reporter: the first and
, ellis island is set to reopen a year after being submerged by super storm sandy. >> now more from ellis island, big doings there today, stacy. >> reporter: yeah, big day here today. 9:30, the first boat will arrive with visitors. for more than a year, when sandy came through almost one year to the date, it completely flooded ellis island. eight feet of water washed through the main hall here, it destroyed the electrical system. it destroyed the boilers. so things have been pretty out of commission. but finally they are able to open it to the public today. it is not all the way there. there is still a lot of work to be done because workers here, before this storm, had taken all of the artifacts, a lot of photographs and moved it to higher ground. right after the storm, when everything was flooded, they removed it all to storage warehouses. that stuff has not been brought back because right now, ellis island is still running on interim power and heat. so still about six to eight months out from ellis island being totally back to normal. back to you. >> stacy, live. how can does it take to
later on today. >>> survivors of superstorm sandy lighting up the beach along the jersey shore. hundreds of people hundreds of lights in the sky, each a symbol that union beach will come back stronger than ever one year after the storm. >> you will see homes that are being rebuilt. but the shame of it is, they really need a lot more help than they've been given. and it's very sad. it's very sad. but they are strong and they live up to their name. >> in a statement, president obama said last year has been a reminder of the strength and resilience of the american people. >> and they need a little patience as well, more patience. let's get a check of your midweek. indira petersons is here. >> it's mild, especially in the northeast. temperatures below normal as a cold front swept through. boston, 55. providence about 57. it's a little chilled. these are going to be your highs. they are below normal. the system is going to be making its way across the country really throughout the week and it will have a severe component to it. that's something that we're going to be watching. keep in mind it
races. you had a goran in new jersey that responded to hurricane sandy. he was seen as a maverick and a problem solver, and virginia they changed the rules to try to ensure the most conservative candidate won. >> they took out the primary and did is state convention? >> correct. in a state like virginia that is now more purple, you have to appeal to women, moderates, that's what the republican party needs to do if they want to win the presidency. >> senator brown, i know you don't like is this, but i'm going to do it again to you. >> it's come up again, there is another -- it's going to come up all of the time. there is a political rumor about scott brown. supposedly you put your house in massachusetts up for sale. >> it's just too big. >> you started a political action committee in new hampshire. >> by law everybody knows that you need to form a pac to give one dollar to anybody. that's the law. with regard to my political future, there is a roll for me. it's not about me. it's about letting people know who we are as a party and how we can move forward with a positive message. >>
the extent of the damage of super storm sandy. >>> last night, ceanlds and flashlights lit up the jersey shore, as survivors paid their respects to what was lost. >>> wjz first warning weather team reveals, some parts of maryland will literally be under under water in a few decades. >> reporter: maryland's fragile coastline is vanishing. each wave. each high tide, carries a little more land, back bo into the water. >> there are fewer and fewer days that we have much of a beach at all. >> reporter: place the blame on claim change. -- climate change. wjz first warning weather finds the ripples cause the water to rise at an alarming rate. more than 3 1/2 feet by the end of this century. >> what's interesting about maryland, that rise is occurring three times faster than that of other locations. >> denise hoff is watching it disappear before her eyes. now, every storm steals more of her land. >> without a bulk head, this is the type of erosion we would get. start in a small area, and work its way back. >> reporter: maryland has the fourth largest coastline in the continental united states. w
in damage, more than 100 people killed. today marks one year since hurricane sandy came ashore and wreaked havoc on the northeast. they're still picking up the pieces and rebuilding but vowing not to give up. >> we're not going any place. we're going to give it at least another shot. >> coming up next, we have an update for you on those rebuilding efforts and a look back one year ago at that devastating day. and the white house under fire. the president facing criticism on a number of issues from health care to spying. has president obama done enough to answer critics? we'll talk about that coming up. , just by talking to a helmet. it grabbed the patient's record before we even picked him up. it found out the doctor we needed was at st. anne's. wiggle your toes. [ driver ] and it got his okay on treatment from miles away. it even pulled strings with the stoplights. my ambulance talks with smoke alarms and pilots and stadiums. but, of course, it's a good listener too. [ female announcer ] today cisco is connecting the internet of everything. so everything works like never before. ♪ ♪
. >>> nearly a year after hurricane sandy tore through new jersey and new york, parts of a key landmark set to reopen today. parts of ellis island will be opened. visitors will be welcomed back to the halls of the immigrant wall of honor, the immigration museum will remain closed through the spring while a new electric am system is installed. remembrances continue to pour in for legendary rock pioneer lou reed dead at the age of 71. he was a founding member of the velvet underground sunday is widely credited with changing the landscape in the '70s. he wrote and recorded dozens and dozens of songs in his tremendous career. we'll talk more about that coming up. what a tremendous career when you think of all the influences. we'll get into it. >> and he was young, a loss on many levels. >> 71. yeah. >> thanks, mikaela. let's go straight over to ingrid petersen for a look at the temperatures. >> temperatures are bounding up to the 60s. above average. the average is typically in the upper 50s right now. this is only going to last one day, though. we have another cold front swinging through the no
its first visitors since it was damaged by hurricane sandy last year. hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting today from washington. we start with the fallout over the latest revelations about spying at the nsa and tapping of world leaders' phones. the big question people are asking now is, what did the president know and when did he know it. i'm joined by chief national security kurt correspondent jim sciutto who has been covering the story. crux of the controversy is what. >> well, the crux right now is what did the preds know and when. there's some conflicting information out there. a german newspaper reporting he knew in detailed form in 2010 about this spying going up to and including angela merkel's cell phone. this is something the white house and nsa deny. "wall street journal" reports the president was only made aware of this last summer. conflicting at this point. neither answers is satisfying because either he didn't have enough oversight or he hasn't been entirely forthcoming. demands for more information. some of these things are so sensitive, he can't go into full deta
questions about from hurricane sandy. washington journal is live on at 7:00 a.m. ay eastern. at the week ahead on capitol hill. and what can you tell us about that's et conference meeting wednesday. who's involved, and what are the main issues? >> the budget conference is for the first time in years, the bicameral, bipartisan conferees to hash out all of the issues we've been -- before, uring during, and in the immediate wake of the end of the government shutdown. we have at the forefront house budget committee chairman paul from wisconsin and in the senate, we have washington democrat patty murray. issues they're going to be looking at relate to whether we with some kind of big plan, hopefully, you know, ten-year is maybe a plan if we're going to be particularly ambitious looking at everything from the of the sequester to blueprint for tax reform. we deal with raising taxes or not. how we drive down the deficit. how are many visions for we should be moving forward with our spending and budgeting and t's going to be really interesting to watch and see where agreements are made and wher
. >> since you're at the one-year anniversary of hurricane sandy, i'm thinking about my friends of new york a lot the past couple days. >> thank you, sir. >> i sat through the three-and-a-half hour hearing with secretary sebelius today. i sat through the four and a half hour hearing with the contractors a week ago. you know, the thing that just top of mind, why didn't anybody talk to the president when he kept repeating over and over again if you like your doctor, if you like your health plan, you can keep your health plan. it was obvious that was not the case. >> you heard the president speaking earlier today. >> no, i didn't. chairman rangel was not sharing the television monitor with me. >> oh, i'm so sorry. he ought to be more friendly. he is generally a friendly chap, actually. i can tell you the president explained very carefully that those policies were actually shot with all kinds of problems. and therefore, he -- you know, that's why this system that is replaced is so much better. i'm afraid we only have a few seconds left. >> but martin, you know, i'm getting calls and letters fro
office that everybody is listening to, sandy or generic leadership carries the day. >> let's listen to barbara buono's new ad. >> 400,000 new jerseyans out of work and our poverty rate at a 50 year high. christie raised taxes on the working poor. but went ask millionaires to pay another dime. he wants to be president. i want to be your governor. >> crystal. hard to get the message through. he has an overwhelming amount of money in terms of tv advertising over here. >> he has an overwhelming amount of money. the chicken and egg problem with her. running against this guy that everybody was afraid to run against. she had trouble getting off the ground. getting support. nobody nationally came in to help her. all focus has gone to virginia. this race is seen as already gone. so she hasn't been able to get the attention she really hasn't been able to get the campaign rolling and score points on him. when there are places where he genuinely is vulnerable. if he did run for president in 2016. a lot more scrutiny. and the worst unemmriment raplo. >> he would hear that in the republican prima
and i suspect -- i'd also say in defense of christie, if your state gets hit by something like sandy. you love the person that helps you. the idea he was calculating carefully, i think he was emotionally engaged in what happened to the jersey shore and genuinely grateful and to not have a spirit of understanding that is petty. >> it's surprising that someone decided to dump this vetting file. >> that connections -- >> it has all kinds of -- and he should defend himself. it has all kinds of allegations and kind of a horrible thing and people put their trust in the vetters and for someone a year late tore leak it is a horrible thing to do but will create opponents for chris christie, i think it's damaging to chris christie this happened and unfortunate someone hated him so much to do something -- >> what i read of it so far really says more about romney than christie. romney had a narrow perspective someone running with him should look like, almost getting into the detroit athletic club, whether christie could qualify. >> there was a clubbing feel. -- a clubby feel to it in the way the
sandy. was seen with the president, seen as a problem solver. and in virginia you have a situation where they changed the rules for nominating their candidate to ensure the most conservative candidate won. >> they ended -- they took out the primary and did a state convention. >> correct. so in a state like virginia, which is now more purple you've got to appeal to women, mod rats, you've got to appeal to independents. that's what the republican party's going to need to do if they're going to win the presidency and have a majority in both houses of congress. >> senator brown, i know you don't like this but i'm going to do it again to you. >> what about evan? >> but, it's come up again, there's another -- >> it's going to come up all the time. >> all right. but people are wondering what this is about. there's another political rumor about scott brown supposedly you would put your house in massachusetts up for sale. >> it's too big. i have kids. >> okay, all right. and >> -- downsizing. >> you've got 30 seconds so let me get my question. you started a political action committee in new hamps
to hurricane sandy h and was seen with the president and a maverick and c problemha solver, and then theyi changed the rules to try and t make sure theo most conservati candidate won. >> think tookd out the primary and did a state econvention? >> correct. in a state that is more purple,a you have to appeal to women andl moderates andic republicans, ey independents, and that's what they have to do if they want toe have the majority in both his houses. >> senator g brown, i know you don't like>> this but i will dot to you, what -- >> what about evan. >> it's come up again. >> it will come up all the time >>an there's another political y rumor about scott brown, hu supposedly you put your house in massachusetts up for sale. >> yeah, we are downsizing. it's too big. >> you started a political to action city in new hampshire. are you going to run for the senate in new hampshire? >> by law, everybody knows you h have toat form a pack to give $ to anybody, and that's the law h and the way it is.e' with regard to my political future. this is not about me. this is what they are saying about lett
jersey were cleaning up from superstorm sandy and a record-breaking nor'easter dumped snow across several states. carol, the ingredients making this a strong storm this late in the season typical in the springtime is all the moisture coming from the south. you have the jet stream lining up around the ohio valley. what is going on? we're talking about heavy rain closer to the moisture source down in the south another three to five inches of rain is possible so flash flooding is in the forecast, lighter rain in the ohio valley. in that region gusts from 50 to 60 miles per hour, this system makes its way into the northeast tomorrow and even the threat of an isolated tornado is in the forecast so yes everyone wants to have fun tonight but they just have to remember sometimes they just need to stay aware and it may not be worth it. we'll have to take a look at the surroundings throughout the evening and judge for themselves. >> thank you, indra, we appreciate it. >>> boston strongest. after rallying the city in the wake of the marathon bombings, the boston red sox rallied to beat the st. louis
this year it could be special for them since the race was canceled last year because of sandy. thanks for being there for us, brian. keep us posted. >> of course, thanks. >>> obamacare will be front and center on capitol hill this coming week. as for the americans who are losing health care insurance coverage, well the numbers are growing even as the white house defends the program. >> at least 15 million including people in the small business community. they are talk about the individual market now and many small business people will lose their plans too. >>> welcome back, everyone. they are calling themselves the obamacare losers. it is a new political group made up of some of the millions of americans whose insurance was canceled or will be canceled in the week of the health carrollout. health care rollout. it is an issue that lead to an exchange between kathleen sebelius 1k3* congresswoman marcia blackburn last weekend. listen. >> insurance companies can sell the -- cancel the individual policies. they are one-year contracts with individuals. they are not lifetime plans and they a
cleaning up from superstorm sandy and the year before it was a record-breaking nor'easter that dumped snow across several stays. detroit, st. louis, nashville, memphis, i can good on and on, all the way down through new orleans and houston. we heard of 15 inches of rain possibly that has fallen, 3 to 5 in the forecast today. 1 to 2 across the area. the threat of the strong winds combine and even the threat for an isolated tornado still in the forecast tonight. just take a look at these winds. gusts as high as 43 miles per hour in buffalo, in through new york city. also seeing strong winds, especially as the system works its way east overnight. past trick or treating you see this spread in the northeast and mid-atlantic overnight. we mentioned the 53 million people in the severe weather threat we're talking from the plains to the northeast, all of us will be dealing with the storm tonight. >> dealing with something. >> yes. >> are you impressed that indra is able to do the weather with such serious demeanor while staring at a gorilla? >> yes. >> can we show this? >> this is happening today.
are gone. my successor and elected insurance republican commissioner sandy kraeger and i worked on a whole series of plans to expand coverage. i did work on these issues and we were not necessary -- >> you say these were lousy plans and miss tavenner said no true insurance. do you think the plans weren't true insurance? >> in the individual market, the insurance commissioner in kansas and virtually every place in the country -- >> it's a yes -- >> it's a yes or no question. were they true insurance plans? >> a lot of them are not true insurance plans, no. >> i yield back. >> gentleman from vermont. >> i'm going to summarize what i've been hearing. number one, the website must be fixed. you've been very forthright and you're going to fix it. number two, we've had a real battle about health care, had a battle in this congress. it was passed and the president signed it and the supreme court affirmed it, a brutal battle. there was an election people where the american people affirmed it and then the shut down in the threat of deabt default. all of us represent people who are going to win or lo
of sandy because it was canceled. wow. that must be a great experience. no doubt. >>> coming up, we can't wait to put on our costumes and start our halloween fun. stay tuned for the surprises. >>> avoiding unexpected surprises. it steers your family away from real life trouble. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by consumer cellular. you are watching "world news now">> announcer: world knew now weather brought to you by consumer cellular. >> announcer: weather brought to you by consumer cellular. ." >> announcer: world knew now weather brought to you by consumer cellular. woolite detergents clean your save jeans and won't torture your tanks. so clothes look like new even after 20 washes. ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> got to love it. a few viewers and their pets in their hollywood best. thanks for sending in those pictures. >> absolutely wonderful. most kids will be getting dressed up for trick or treating. as always, safety is key. >> there's an app for that that parents need to know about to see which houses you might want to avoid. more now from
, to you first. this question comes to us from a woman named sandy who writes: what happens if there are not enough sign-ups to support the law? does it just become another taxpayer bill to pay? do you know? >> the risk is because people cannot sign up true the web sites or -- through the web sites or it takes a long time to do so, the only people who will sign up are the very sickest. if that happens, you're going to get a process known as adverse selection death spiral where because only the sickest signed up, the premiums will be sky high, no one will be able to afford them or the healthy people will stay away from these plans, and eventually insurers will leave the market, and people won't be able to buy health insurance at any price. that is a very real danger that we face under this law. jon: so, igor, then what happens? i mean, who steps in to pick up the tab? >> well, i don't want to go down the doom's day road just yet. certainly, young and healthy people are very, very important. you've got to make sure they're part of system, and if the web site functions by the e
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